Solubility System: 2-Nitrobutane with Paraffins (Original Report)

Variables:
Temperature: 255 K - 307 K
Experimental Remarks:
The solubilities of paraffins (2) in 2-nitrobutane (1) over the indicated temperature range were presented in graphically as a plots of temperature against log solubility. The data in the table below were extracted compiler from the reported graphs.
NOTE: Footnotes explained in Source and Purity of Materials section, below.
Experimental Data:
Table 1
T (°C)T (K)s2 w2 x2
-17.9255.350500.0024
-15.7257.570700.0033
-12.1261.11101100.0052
-2.9270.33.0 x 1022.9 x 1020.0139
2.1275.35.0 x 1024.8 x 1020.0233
-10.0263.210100.0004
-2.2271.030300.0012
2.2275.450500.002
4.2277.470700.0028
6.1279.31001000.0041
8.0281.24.0 x 1023.8 x 1020.0158
4.1277.310100.0003
12.9286.130300.001
16.6289.860600.0021
18.6291.870700.0024
20.5293.71201200.0041
26.3299.52.7 x 1022.6 x 1020.0091
10.0283.2550.0002
13.8287.0880.0002
16.5289.710100.0003
25.0298.230300.0009
29.0302.250500.0015
31.0304.270700.0021
33.8307.01001000.0031
Method/Apparatus/Procedure:

The method, described in Poole1 was used. No experimental details given.

Source and Purity of Materials:

(1) Not specified.
(2) Obtained by separation of narrow fraction with b. p.* = (196 to 270)°C and b. p.** = (300 to 365)°C from a wide fraction of diesel fuel; m. p.* = 13.2°C and m. p.** = 28.0°C; *** and **** obtained by separation of the third oil fraction of Tuimazin cr

Estimated Errors

Temperature: Not reported.
Solubility: Not reported.

References:

(1) G. W. Poole, Ind. Eng. Chem. 21, 1098 (1929).

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